Window with a View – WINNER!

27 September 2016 by Laura

Large window

View from The People’s Republic in Museum of Liverpool. Image Ant Clausen

We did it! We won!

Thank you to all the people who took the time to vote for this spectacular view. We are very proud to announce it is officially the My‘s Window with a View winner!

There was stiff competition from all corners of the UK and Museum of Liverpool‘s window, located in The People’s Republic gallery, was competing not only other busy urban scenes, but with beautiful views of British countryside too. However it was this vast window, which provides such a stunning picture frame for the city and river, which won the most votes.

Janet Dugdale, Director of the Museum of Liverpool, said:

“The view from the Museum of Liverpool is much-loved by local people, as well as our visitors from across the UK and around the globe, so we’ve always known it is very special but to win this award is a fabulous achievement!

“The window is an incredible vantage point. It takes in the Three Graces on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront, but it also looks out across the River Mersey and towards the Irish Sea. The view encompasses so much of what makes Liverpool unique, from its heritage and architecture to its people and geography.”


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